Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 27, 1962 · Page 16
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 16

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, June 27, 1962
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Sixteen .Logansport, Indiana Pharos-Tribune State Is 'Shootina LAFAYETTE, Ink (UPI)-Indiana's corn crop averaged 22 inches in height by the end of last •week and "developed rapidly -in the wake of. Warm,,weather' and generally adequate-rains., ;' - ' Robert, E. Straszheim,' agricultural statistician at Purdue, : reported in the weekly, crop. report that nearly 40 per cent of the corn; has grown too tall for cultivation. This, he said, compares with the usual 15 to- 20 per'cent by this WOLFSON SUCCUMBS PURCHASE, N.Y, ; (UPI)-Erwin S. Wolfsqn, -60, .noted; skyscraper builder, 'died at His home here Tuesday of cancer. ; Wolfson, chairman of the board of Diesel Construction'Co., one of the country's, largest building firms, was; largely, responsible .for the 59-story Pan American, building now under construction 1 .behind New, York City's Grand Central terminal. ,, v •••.•" A native--of Cincinnati, Wolfson came to New York in 1926 and 10 years later, joined the firm he eventually was ' to head. He had numerous skyscraper projects in ottier cities .notably the $100 million. Gateway Center office complex in Chicago Wolfson is survived-by his wife, a son John, and'a daughter, 'Jane: Up' time of year. The tomato crop is advancing well. Blocking of plants is virtu- allyv-compleled with attention now on spraying; and, cultivating. <c About 50 to 55 :per ; cent of the crop is in bloom compared with :he usual 35 per centi"Hhe repbrt said. "Harvesting operations 1 are no\v. expected to> begin : a week to' iwo, weeks' earlier than normal. "Other, ".vegetable crops also lave advanced'ahead.of usual." Soybeans ^average eight inches tall and are developing satisfactorily. .-•-'•; The wheat harvest was 20 per cent complete arid about.a week ahead of usual. About"onerthircl of the.'barley-and-one-fourth of ,the rye have .been combined, also a week ahead;of normal. Straszheim reported that, thunderstorms 'activity . early in the week marked the only appreciable precipitation'. Topsbil moisture re-, serve's remained adequate in 55 per cent of-the counties and was short in 45 per cent of .the' counties. But subsoil: moisture, -was adequate in 85; per centi • :• , . 'SEX WITHOUT LOVE' ST..LOUIS-(UPI):- A Roman Catholic educator has cautioned that "sex without .love": in marriage may be morally acceptable but "psychologically harmful " Local Firm Low Bidder On Paving The Studebaker Construction company,, of this city, submitted the low bid of'.$383,488,25. for. the resurfacing'j of Indiana 25 . north •of Logansport when the bids were, opened Tuesday by the/.Indiana State Highway Commission. '•' The new blacktop pavement will extend from the. ..north city limits of .Logansport to. : a point 2; 55 miles',-north of Indiana 16, a distance;.of 9.39miles. ; . . This ;was. one of three resurfac-, •ing projects in-this area for which bids were taken. •Low bidder for,a paving ppject in White and Tippecaho'e counties was the Fauber Construction ^company, Lafayette, on its' low bid of $308,329.55.. That project is for 14;15 miles of, Indiana 53, • from U.S. 52 in Montmorenci north to 5.35 miles north of Indiana 18. The McMahon Construction Co.. Rochester,'submitted the low bid of 5138,965 for the resurfacing-of 2.75 miles of Indiana .25. in Fulton county, and 9.7 miles if Indiana .110. in Fulton and Marshall coun- •ties; ' . , •''•.•;. Important Meeting NEW YORK UPI)- The 20th Century-Fox, board ;of directors meets,,here today amid reports that Spyros P Skouras may be on his way out ab president oE the film studio. BIRCH SOCIETY OE\IS EASY . D. WINNER BISMARCK,. -N.D. (UPI)-John 11 ch s Society foe Sen. Milton 'oung', R-N.D, has gained an asy victory over a self - pro- aimed "conservative" opponent n.the GOP primary. .', It appeared; .Tuesday's primary urnout, in which .there were no oritests at the statewide -level on TBI1 COMNETE 3x3 MOT FLUfl BIT...TOVII AT OUI COST1 FIT THIS FLAG ON YOUR HOME ' wx oraER THE ILAQ At COST AS A PUBLIC SERVICE Next Wednesday is July 4th! .'.. . an important national holiday on which the U.S. Flag should fly on every home in the Logansport area. With this in mind We make a wonderful home flag kit available to our readers at cost as a public service. Each kit contains a 3x5 foot U.S; flag of finest cotton with double stitched stripes, canvas heading and brass grommets; 6 foot 2-piece staff with brass joints and gilded ball top decoration, halyard, . heavy metal window socket with screws for permanent mounting; full color flag history and etiquette folder, instructions and storage kit. Cost Price to Readers $3.00 if picked up at our office $3.35 if we mail postpaid USE THIS COUPON IF YOU WANT US TO MAIL FLAG KIT TO YOU: OFFICIAL 5Q-STAR FLAG ORDER BLANK THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE & PRESS LOGANSPORT, INB. Please send Flag Kits at $3135 per kit NAME ADDRESS CITY •".• STATE Enclosed is $ Make checks or money orders payable to The Pharos-Tribune & Press. ' : the Democratic ticket, would be the lightest in Northi Dakota history. '.,' ..;.•• ;.•-.. Politicians of-the two parties". said it appeared 1 that;fewer,than 130,000 ballots were-'cast. The previous low ^ was -''IMS;,-. yfa 1 , only 152,416 persons voted 'in '•<&'' primary.. However, despite the light turnout, ballot counting moved' ; 'at' a snail pace. . '• ; : With;l,013 of 2,308 precincts' re- porting, Young had 31,086 votes .to.' 2,555.for Banker Roger Vora : 'chek,. of Lankin,,N.p,v ..'• , • Young's next obstacle in his bid for .a'third full term in the (J.S; Senate will'/beine November eler> .'tipn.Vin"which he faces ex-major league baseball player William LanieiVv, , :-Lanicr, : ;now a Fargo attorney, ran unopposed in the Democratic primary. .With the same number of precincts reporting, : Lanier,. Wednesday Evening, June 27, 1962. who pitched for the Washington Senators in the 1930s, had 18,287 votes. , . Munich Riots MUNICH, Germany (UPI) U;S. State Department employes were beaten in a series of 'riots between "beatniks" and police in Munich's Bohemian district, American Deputy Consul General Owen Zurhellen said today. American t.e 1 ej vision actor James Garner, star of "Maverick," sa.d German police "pushed me around" and threatened him with a blackjack in the same riots last weekend. REALLY HIGH SWINDON, England (UPI) Two mem were fined Sli.60 each Tuesday; for being drunk and (disorderly atop a 100-foot crane. SEARS ROEBUCK AND CO. For Relaxing and Safer Driving Let's Eat Outdoors! New 24-in. Kerimore Grill Spring Cushion Relieves "Hot" Seat Driving for Outdoor Barbecues REG. 14.98 SAVE $1.10 Large 24-in. diameter grill with heavy duty curled bowl . Nickel chrome-plated grid, swing-out .spit, forks. Finger-tip lift control. Large rubber tires. Sturdy steel base with large heat-resistant hood. Coil springs are between you and hot car seat. Porous open mesh fiber covering lets cool air flow around you. Large size. 17-in. wide, 18-in. high.— Start charcoal or :j wood firai fast without soot or odor. Pour spout can. Prevents nrgoase fire) when, spit cooking. Saves tulces. Safety Flares for Road Emergencies 20c Collapsible Steel Luggage Carrier Charcoal Hopper Kenmore Outdoor Barbecue Grills Burns 15 minutes; • can be- soon for miles. Steal spike in end.— Stock-up naw'at this low price. las solid reinforced .steel floor* Its oil cars, station wagons -with ain gutters, Keeps charcoal moisture • free t te,a!s out dirt. Plastic, black with r«d cover. Fin«8*t quality selected hardwood Kingiford charcoal. Evant heat- Low priced for a qUality grill.— Fully adjustable grid. Copper- tone finish rerUti heatl ice Cream Freezer Low Cost High Comfort Cushion — Heav gauge wire basket, — chrcmo - platad. Rotates ork barbeque rod. So handy — ignites chorcoal fires almost instantly. Cool han- dla. Havo homemodo ice cream in a 'jiffy,' Quick and easy to operate, Your Are Safer With Seat Belts 4.99 A Color Choice 5,000-lb. test ,all nylon webbing. Safer. Quick roloaso metol-tq-mej' il buckle. ;•* Li "If i £'» %> SVi For A Newer Cleaner and Wax 99c New, premium quality for faster, easier, better polishmg A1WTATE Plastic-coated fiber covering. — Vinyl simulated leather bock, cot* ton filling. v. «. , Looking Car Jumbo Sponge ;: 88c Cellulose. Fine for car .trn d' homa use Cleans large areas fait JUST FOR THE FUN OF IT Chamois Wash Mitt Cloth Wash Brush 1.99 69c 35c 2.98 Full! 'skin. — toft and ab- One - half Ib. Faster car Many usasi ' y,. sorbant. Many uses. washing 4-RaeketSet for Badminton Fun! 599 Imported tftft. full size rackets of mulli-lamin- otod Japanese ash, nylon strung. With not, poles. Golf Cart With, Extra-Wide Wheels JS-in. wh»el« ' **•'O Clirome-pfaiacf. Handle locks in placo when opan. Padded bag brackoti. Rolls Jmoolhly, Low-Priced Golf Ball Is Rugged 3 go* „..„ ,„„„ For.* *V Inexpensiva ball for. ,'lorigi 'tough wear. Durable white cover — Nice and llvoly. Solid Ash Water Ski is... Priced Low 17.98 Kapok Filled Water Ski Belt Inflatable Beach Balls x *-,n 5.49 Epoxy finish, ; resists cracking, chipping. Rubber footplece, aluminum hardware. Adjustable Kapok sealed in vinyl. : .. FormflN ting, will not absorb water. — White or orange. 69c Each • Assorted designs and colors — 12 inch ln> diameter. Has leak- proof valve. Adjustable Split- Ring Pony 17-ni. diamtter I. I" Here's a horse that is really sea worthy. Ring is adjustable, — Pony has noiso maker, Tubular Steel Pool With Vinyl Liner 11 oo 72x48x10-in. • ••»«* Spacious pool with telescoping construction for «tny ossvm* bly. 150 gallon capacity. • w Satisfaction guaranteed or youj money back 500 Broadway Phone 4103 Logansport STORE HOURS Mon. TUBS.* Wed., Thurf., 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. Friday 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. Saturday, 9 a. m. to 5 p. m.

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